The Premiere Bro Report on Abobe Premiere Pro at CCW 2015
The guys over at Premiere Bro Blog did an in depth review of the everything Adobe Premiere Pro & Creative Cloud going on at CCW 2015. The cover not just the show floor, but some key Adobe seminars given by industry experts and the presentations from the Adobe theater. Adobe Creative Cloud sales contnue to set records and the reason is simple: Adobe technology and the workflow you get between all the apps in the Creative Cloud. Adobe continues to release cutting edge new features, unlock even better perfomance and delivering a workflow that just flat our works!
Premeire Bro Blog Adobe Premiere Pro led the NLE charge at CCW 2015. With few exceptions, it was the featured NLE for all the editing and color grading speaker sessions. During the Documentary Editing Techniques for Every Editor session, 9 out of 10 attendees raised their hand when asked if they cut in Premiere Pro. Seriously, all fanboy-ishness aside, Premiere Pro lit up the CCW expo. Considering CCW is a good cross-section of the post production industry, representing the spectrum from entry-level editors to broadcast professionals, it’s clear that Adobe Premiere Pro is being used industry-wide. That’s enough editorial; on to the good stuff! Here are some Premiere Pro highlights from the two most impactful Premiere Pro sessions. The first focuses on editing and the second on color. Both of these sessions were presented by the New York Post|Production Conference (NYP|PC) in partnership with Future Media Concepts. Summary CCW 2015 was a phenomenal experience and, from a Premiere Pro perspective, a huge win for Adobe. It can’t be overstated: whether it was speakers, camera manufacturers, or expo attendees, Premiere Pro was featured all over the place. Even though Adobe provides industry-leading video tools, it’s not about being the best NLE; it’s about doing your best work with an NLE. And Premiere Pro is loudly inviting users to do so. read more...
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